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Rail Tours in Hungary

Hungary – Train Tours and Budapest

Hungary's capital and star attraction lies between the Buda Hills and the Great Plain. Budapest is justly famous for its World Heritage architecture and thriving arts scene but there is much more to Hungary than its capital. Seeing Hungary by train offers the opportunity to see Esztergom, the shores of the Danube and the traditional skills of rural Hungarians. Crossing the Great Plain of Hungary by train also offers humbling views of a vast continental landscape.

As well as seeing Hungary by train Great Rail Journeys also offer cruises along the Danube which take in Austria and Slovakia.

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Grand Imperial Cities 2016

Fascinating grand imperial cities and high-speed intercity train journeys showcase the turbulent history of Central Europe. Discover what turned these former Habsburg and Prussian cities into four of Europe's greatest destinations.

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13 days from £1,995per personView tour details
Classic Danube Cruise 2016

At every bend the spectacular Danube reveals new surprises - imposing fortresses, vine-laden hillsides and alluring forests. We explore four distinctive countries on MS Belvedere and experience each region's beauty whilst discovering their rich history and varied cultures on this no-fly, ten day river cruise.

10 days from £1,495per personView tour details
Imperial Cities Fly:Rail 2016

Embark on a voyage around three of Europe's most fascinating capital cities. From the brooding charm and Gothic allure of Budapest and the easy elegance and unsullied medieval relics of Vienna to the stunning architecture and unique, striking beauty of Prague. Discover the heart of central Europe on this tour.

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9 days from £1,275per personView tour details
Luxury Danube Cruise 2016

Enjoy a champagne reception at St Pancras before setting off on a fabulous cruise along the queen of Europe's rivers. Our varied included excursion programme allows us to admire the magnificent cities of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, visit the dynamic capitals of Vienna and Budapest, and cruise through the scenic Wachau Valley.

10 days from £3,055per personView tour details
Premium Danube Cruise 2016

At every bend our spectacular Danube cruise reveals new surprises - imposing fortresses, vine-laden hillsides and alluring forests. Explore four distinctive countries aboard our cruise ship and experience the Danube's harmonious blend of natural and cultural beauty with tours of the great Imperial cities, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest.

10 days from £2,075per personView tour details
Premium Danube to the Black Sea 2016

Embark on an exciting thousand-mile journey along the mighty Danube, cruising through eight countries before arriving at the Black Sea. Admire the river's full spectrum of vistas - from Austria's wine regions to the imperial cities of Budapest and Bratislava; from rural Romania to lively Serbia, and the beautiful gorge between them.

17 days from £3,200per personView tour details
The Glorious Danube 2015

Discover the rich history and varied cultures of four different countries on this magnificent cruise. From the comfortable MV A-Rosa Donna, we cruise through the majesty of the Wachau Valley and the beauty of the Danube Bend, taking in imposing abbeys, mighty imperial cities and the idyllic wine towns that line the River Danube's banks.

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Touring Hungary by Train - Traveller's Notes

When you see Hungary by train be prepared to find a country full of surprises.  Everyone knows that Budapest was formed by the joining of two previous cities, Buda and Pest, but the much older city of Óbuda was there long before either of the others and served as the capital of Aquincum, province of the Roman Empire.

Crossing Hungary by train you might notice that the Hungarians do not toast when they drink. From a country with one of the strongest drinking cultures in Europe this is very odd.

Please call 01904 521 936 for more information about touring Hungary by train.

Capital City:Budapest
Currency:Hungarian Forint
Electricity:European adaptor required
Famous for:Franz Liszt, Budapest and the Rubik’s Cube
Population:10 million

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